Sid Valley Country Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but it was all very easy to find. We checked our bags in and then went into departures. The first thing that hit me was.....shopping! The other thing that hits you is it is sooooo hot! We bought our breakfast from Pret a Menger, a croissant and coffee, also some sandwiches and crisp for the flight. I just love people watching and we soon spotted the first beep beep,s and Sarah pointed out you always get a fat one and a tall one! We ...
... with taxis and the road led out of the airport and onto a motorway! Looking at Google maps (thank heaven for Google!) we found we were although not far from our destination but would not be able to walk so decided to take a taxi. £9.00 got us a really plush car with an Indian driver. He was very smart and we almost felt important in the plush black leather seats. We arrived at The Corner House Hotel in Horley to find it was really lovely and the staff were very ...
Hello and welcome to my New Zealand travel blog!
I am new to blogging and so can not make any promises as to the quality or frequency of these blog posts - I will probably forget within a few days of being there - but I have the best of intentions (which is what counts right?). The idea behind this blog is twofold; firstly I hope they will allow family and friends, and anyone else who's nosy/interested, to track our progress around ...
With the wonders of modern travel, Virgin Airlines get us to Gatwick half an hour early at 5.20 am on 30th December, after the usual arrival formalities I manage to load all our suitcases and rucksacks onto a trolley and head through the arrivals scrummage and into the increasing cold in Gatwick Railway station to try and sort a change of ticket from our original February return to immediate ones. The cold is no good for ...
... it. There are lots of interesting birds on the Fleet and I was amazed to see a flock of several hundred coots (normally I see them in very small numbers), lots of Brent geese and some shoveller ducks. I am sure there are many other species but I am not wise enough to recognise them. The site is an 8 mile walk from Weymouth and the other day when the weather was lovely I set off with optimism but eventually my legs told me not to be silly so I caught a ...